Early Carpenter's Wood Brace
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Offered is a very early Carpenter's Wood Brace. No name could be located. I believe it dates somewhere around the 1800's. Measures about 16" in length. As shown in the photo(s) the metal end has (3) intricate designs. Very nice condition. Would make a fine addition to any Vintage Tool collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
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- Late 1800's
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